Whitney Fishing Report

Last Update: February 24, 2024

Whitney Fishing Weekly Report On Mar 13 2024

FAIR. Water slightly stained; 59 degrees; 1.08 feet above pool. Fishing continues to be excellent for large catfish in shallow water 2-6 feet using cut drum or shad. Striped bass are fair to slow using live bait and jigs. Crappie continue to be fair on small jigs and minnows fished near deeper structure. White bass…

Whitney Fishing Weekly Report On Feb 28 2024

GOOD. Water slightly stained; 55 degrees; 0.56 feet above pool. Fishing patterns are holding steady but look for fish to push shallow with the warming trend and full moon. Hybrid stripers can be caught from the island to Bear Creek on live bait, deadsticking, strolling swimbaits and umbrella-rigs

Whitney Fishing Weekly Report On Feb 22 2024

GOOD. Water slightly stained; 52 degrees; 1.44 feet above pool. Fishing patterns are holding steady but look for fish to push shallow with the warming trend and full moon. Hybrid stripers can be caught from the island to Bear Creek on live bait, deadsticking, strolling swimbaits and umbrella-rigs

Whitney Fishing Weekly Report On Feb 14 2024

GOOD. Water slightly stained; 52 degrees; 2.02 feet above pool. Hybrid stripers can be caught from the island to Bear Creek on live bait, deadsticking, strolling swimbaits and umbrella-rigs

Whitney Fishing Weekly Report On Jan 31 2024

GOOD. Water stained; 48 degrees; 1.00 feet above pool. Fishing patterns are holding steady. Striped bass are good fishing with live bait, deadsticking, trolling swimbaits and umbrella-rigs. Fish are scattered from the island to Bear Creek

Whitney Fishing Weekly Report On Jan 24 2024

GOOD. Water stained; 48 degrees; 0.87 feet above pool. Striped bass are good fishing with live bait, deadsticking, trolling swimbaits and umbrella-rigs. Fish are scattered from the island to Bear Creek

Whitney Fishing Weekly Report On Jan 17 2024

GOOD. Water stained; 48 degrees; 0.78 feet above pool. Striped bass are good fishing with live bait, deadsticking, trolling swimbaits and umbrella-rigs. Fish are scattered from the island to Bear Creek